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Badanj peak (1638m), Paklenica National Park, Croatia
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Badanj je a peak in southern Velebit mountains, halfway between the Lika, by the trail between Medak and the Struge high plateau, towards the canyon of Velika Paklenica.

The peak is of a conical shape and access to it is rather difficult from the Velebit mountain trails. It provides an impressive view on Lika and the chain of highest peaks of Velebit.

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